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    July 9, 2013
    7:00 - 10:01am PDT  

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(male announcer) live from the bay area here is your kron 4 news them down >> if you're heading out to
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work or school you will notice you're probably be in the '50s anywhere you go. 59 degrees out in livermore right now, 52¢ francisco. morning lows looks like a lot of fog out there. into the afternoon we will see plenty of sunshine and today will be the warmest day of the week. sunshine into tomorrow and pretty much every day this week. slightly warmer and to the weekend and full details on what to expect coming up and my next report. >> we are still monitoring three accidents all of which have the potential to become a hot spot. it started out in the second lane from the left and still has not been making things up too badly. drive times are still pretty normal. also watching this crash reported 1 01 at san
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antonio road. in san francisco, an accident on interstate 280 northbound at geneva ave. this one is reported that add a couple of vehicles, both which had overturned. some as >>-during the latest investigation with a crash at s f o. federal best theaters are expected to return to the scene today of the wreckage. here is the rican and south korea investigators are questioning two of the four pilots of the asiana airlines plane that clipped as the wall in crash landed on saturday. two of the 307 people on board died. the other two pilots were question yesterday. investigators want to know why the boeing 777 speed was too slow to land safely and
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why no one realized it in time. they will also be talking with air controllers. the recorded conversations between pilots and the air controllers at the san francisco airport also will be investigated. that conversation was in both english and korean. >> family members of the victims of the asiana airlines plane crashed arrived in sfo last night. they were eager to be reunited with their loved ones is survive. as the families of the two chinese teens were killed in the crash, they were among those traveling. a passenger tells us those parents are privately escorted off their flight after arriving at the airport. >> they were privately escorted on before we were even allowed on the flight. we did not know who they were. when they got off the flight here, prior to disembarking they were escorted out of the back of the plane down the staircase on the tarmac into
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two buses. that was it. >> the two girls were from the same province in china. they are part of a larger group of 28 students headed to a summer church camp near las angeles. asiana president apologized to family members of the two chinese victims died in the plane crashed during a stopover at the seoul airport. one of the fathers is visibly disappointed in as ceo, you did see him talking to the ceo and is video. he told them he was dissatisfied with the ceos and handling of the disaster. >> will tran talk with the ntsb this morning. they said they had they had interviews
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yesterday and they're confident they can finish up today? >> there's a chance that could happen. there is a press conference at 2:00 this afternoon. they will go and interview the other to buy let's, notably the pilot that landed the aircraft. it will be it over the next several days ago over everything. there is also a chance that they could be cut up and taken to a hangar in san francisco or summer but in the bay area. this could take weeks before they come up with an official conclusion as to what caused this aircraft to slam into the ground saturday morning. the two pilots they spoke to are the senior pilots. they're not going to go into details as to what was revealed in the conversation. everything is on the table. speed, mechanical failure, out weather, weather and not the heat later role in this.
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>> we don't have any reports from air-traffic control that anyone indicated there was an issue with the flight control issue. we have examined the engine, we don't see any failures with respect to the engine, no and containment we are working together all the factual information. we have a team that is coming through the area right now. >> coming up at 730 i will tell you what she had to say about landing this aircraft as at all. he has landed a triple seven at other airports but not as f o. whether or not he should be in charge of what happened is a major issue. >> the press conferences at
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2:00? >> yes at 2:00 at the holiday inn. >> as the investigation continues we are getting new images into the newsroom. this is video that shows the immediate aftermath of saturday's deadly crash. jennifer solis after the footage of smoke billowing from the wreckage of asiana firair lines flight 214. emergency crews battled the fire as well as attending the victims and trying its manage the chaos following the moments after the plane went down down stay with kron4 as we continue to bring you the latest information with a deadly plane crash. we'll also bring that to you on our 247 bay area news channel comcast 193. we updating our web site, kron4 .com as well as our facebook and twitter pages. >> new this morning, the
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japan airlines says one of its boeing 777 added for the past have all had to return to tokyo after a warning flash in the cockpit saying the jets hydraulic level was low. the airline says the plane returned to tokyo's haseda airport about four hours after it had left. mechanics found a leak in the plane's hydraulic system. the 236 passengers were put on another plane and safely arrived in san francisco. good morning! wow.
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>> welcome back the time is 7:10 a.m. and the east and span on the bay bridge will not open as scheduled on labor day as a contractor repairs cracked seismic safety bolts. the toll bridge program oversight committee says the contactcontractor working on the project forecast that its retrofit of the failed bolts will take until at least december 10th. the authorities as a bay bridge opening date will be determined after that. >> i would be much happier
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with the delay if i knew that the cost of that was being borne by whoever made the mistake rather than by the taxpayers. >> it is also bad that that bart has not been reliable. we're supposed to be the bay area and in infrastructural leader and a tranpublic transit leader. it seems like a big black eye for our area. >> the toll bridge program oversight committee says in addition to extending the le to opening a fool for a closure of the bay bridge will take place in order to a transition traffic from the old eastern span to the new one. >> a live look at the san mateo bridge, it will be a little warmer and we will talk about that we come back.
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once experience. a moment that surviving passengers on asiana flight 214 will not soon forget. there is the reason most escaped unharmed. major equipment upgrades like the boeing 777. aviation experts credit material in the cabin from preventing it from immediately catching on fire. it helped passengers evacuate within 90 seconds. more secure seats kept buckled up passengers anchored. surviving a crash also relies on the human factor. this video shows many as the up passengers carrying their luggage as a as grethey escape the plane. tht is a big no-no. >> it is going to impede the process of getting off the plane. those items can be replaced, human lives cannot.
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>> they attract a jet liner on purpose and showed passengers how they should also tighten seat belts before landing. a simple move that could have helped prevent spinal injuries for some 181 passengers injured and saturday's crash. >> almost 70 percent of the people that we admitted have at least once final fracture. not all of them are paralyzed. >> the discovery channel's experiment shows just how much are bracing for impact can help. >> it prevents you from flexing forward quickly. from what i'm hearing there were a lot of individuals were taken to hospital who did have spinal fractures. >> we will continue to follow the latest with the crash. >> a couple of hot spots we're watching monday won a
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one-out northbound. an accident at san antonio road near shoreline. there is slowing the ride and is backing up toward 237 and 85 in the northbound direction. it could affect both northbound 85 and westbound to 37. the accident in san francisco on the southern freeway at 280 and oceans geneva is now a state of alert. it traffic the right and left lanes are blocked it are getting by in the middle is blocked to 19th ave. it takes a little pressure off the 280 interchange year. the bay bridge ride back up has been growing here. metering lights are very slow and the travel times are 18 to 20 minutes. we have been incident free but the metering lights are on slow. your ride to the san mateo bridge it still looks good. drive time is only increased
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by a minute or two. the golden gate bridge ride still looks good despite the fog from 1 01 southbound. no surprises or on usual delays through marin county for the 1 01 southbound ride. >> it is very great over there at the golden gate bridge. we're also not seeing much from cathedral he and thei held. 61 out the don san jose and los 60s and livermore. satellite and radar show we have a marine at layers still here. it is billing its way inland. fog tracker 4 shows just how long the cloud cover will last. you can see currently it is fairly widespread. but in the clock into motion by lunchtime, most of us why clear conditions with the exception of places like ocean beach in pacifica. a
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breakdown of year after an highs, today is expected to be the warmest day of the week. fremont 79, 87 santa clara. 90s for the east bay, pittsburg 90, upper 60s downtown san francisco mid- 70s slated for oakland. 7 day around the bay shows a very settle minor changes over the next several days. morning fog and afternoon sunshine lasting as into the weekend. >> following the latest out of this deadly trail in derailment in canada, 13 people are now dead and more than 50 are still missing from this weekend's crash. investigators looking into the fiery train derailment and the are focusing on an earlier blaze on the same train and how series of actions following it may have caused the locomotives and brakes to fail several hours later. at least five
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of the trains takers exploded after coming loose early saturday ski downhill nearly 7 mi. and a railing and the town of lack mcgann take. following the latest in the zimmerman trial, they're taking a break right now but they are going over the audio tapes of the 911 col. they are trying to prove it was george zimmerman calling out for help while prosecution is trying to show it was 17 year-old on armed trayvon martin who was calling out for help. right now the judge is deciding whether not a computer recreation of events that happened that night will be admissible and be shown to the jurors. the judges in closed chambers right now looking at that video deciding whether or not the jurors will be able to see it. being able to show that
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zimmerman was calling out for help as the key piece of evidence that showed it was self-defense. zimmerman is on trial for the second degree murder of trayvon martin. >> the three women or rescued after nearly a decade in captivity are now breaking their silence. amanda berry, gina dejesus and michelle knight have quietly started their lives over, away from the public taking time to get used their freedom. the three releases video early this morning to say thank you. >> i want to thank everyone that has been helping me and my family to this entire ordeal. everyone who has been there to support as has been a blessing. >> i would like to say thank you for the support. >> i may have been through hell and back but i'm strong enough to walk through hell with a smile on my face and my head held high. i will not let this situation define who i am, i will
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define the situation. >> ariel castro stands accused of kidnapping of women and holding them hostage in his house. he is also charged with aggravated murder related to the termination of one of their pregnancies. more charges are expected. a law firm in cleveland establish the cleveland hurt fund to help the women and berries daughter. as of july 2nd more than $1 million has been donated to the fund. >> an oversight board today will begin hearing testimony on the government's secret surveillance program. it is the first public event since the disclosure of spying operations. civil liberties activists, a retired federal judge and a former bush administration lawyers are among the 16 experts testifying before the board. the board's 05 members include in an internet freedom advocate and two former bush lawyers to help expand the government's
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national security authority. >> president obama is seriously considering withdrawing all u.s. troops from afghanistan by the end of 2014. that is according to a senior administration official. until now, u.s. and afghan officials have been discussing plans to keep a small force behind to fight and surgeons and to train afghan security personnel. president obama has in recent months grown increasingly frustrated in dealing with afghan president hamid karzai a scathing report has been leaked blaming pakistan military and intelligence leaders for failing to detect the president of osama bin laden for years. the report which is more than 300 pages long, was written by a commission investigating the circumstances surrounding the u.s. raid that killed been lawton in may of 2011. how does 0 published a report yesterday. --al-ja
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zeera it says a failure to detect the al qaeda up founder for nine years represented culpable negligence and incompetence at nearly all levels of government.
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>> federal investigators are
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returning to the scene today of wreckage of asiana flight 214 that is just sitting off the runway. investigators are questioning the remaining pilots that clipped the seawall and crashed on saturday killing two of the passengers on board. they're talking to the air traffic controllers and analyzing the recorded conversation between the pilots and controllers at s f o. there also analyzing the conversation and the cockpit that was an english and korean. >> the ntsb is holding an official press conference later on this afternoon we will hehere informations about the pilots that are questioned. >> she is not really what
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came from the two interviews from the pilots. for all together and they have finished with half of the interviews. they will talk with the other two pilots today as well as tomorrow. they want to talk to the pilots that actually landed this aircraft that you can still see sitting behind me. it will be here for the next several days. ntsb is agents will be going through the wreckage. the two pilots and their attorneys with them at the time of the interviews. she said that is not out of the ordinary, up being the chairman of the ntsb. had a chance to talk there about mechanical failure, the speed of the aircraft. it was reported that the plane was coming in to slow at run approximately 36 mi. per hour. i also ask whether not the pilot should of been at the control at the time. he has never landed a triple seven at s f o. he has done
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that at other airports but not as f o. here's what she had to say about that. >> no one is going to walk into the cockpit with hundred landings under their belt. they're going have to have their first, second, fourth landing. to be very clear, this pilot has a lot of experience. this is just in a different aircraft types. he was operating a triple seven for the first time into san francisco. that does not mean that he has not landed a triple seven at other airports or that he hasn't been to san francisco before. >> she said everything is on the table including whether not the pilots were distracted or tired. it was a beautiful saturday morning but they will still looking into whether and not weather played a part as well expefar as they are concerned. she says a language is a little bit of a problem but
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it is international so they can work it out. that is one of the details that they have to work out but that is not a problem. after she gets them with a round of interviews with the media, she will talk with the pilots. the news conferences at 2:00 this afternoon and she will try to reveal more animation at a news conference which will carry live for you as it happens. >> i heard that they actually have some translators there to help with the language barrier. >> the entire jiang family was injured but not seriously. the three children and their father are all recovering at san francisco general hospital. joseph has a minor fracture in his back, aster has a sprained foot any scratches. sarah has a fractured finger. when asked about the
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mamas during the crash, they all described as being in a dreamlike state. >> after everything stopped and i realized i was alive i looked over and saw my brother and sister. they were both fine and i looked at my mom and my dad and they were both on the floor. their seats fell down. i call their names out and they both kind of moaned. >> the jiang family was only supposed to go to sampras's go, they ar the stanfd center is calling for more blood donations following the deadly crash. the center as an urgent need for o positive and 0 negative blood. the center is the main supplier to stamford
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hospital and the lucille packard children's hospital were 55 crash survivors were taken. according to the blood center, the crash occurred when supplies were already low following the fourth of july holiday. all blood types will be accepted. stay with kron4 as we continue during the latest information with a deadly plane crash as at all. we'll bring that the live on our 247 bay area news channel comcast 193 as well as our web site kron4 .com and facebook and twitter pages. >> is vessel traffic alert advisory has been issued here the left and right lanes are blocked. two vehicles were reportedly overturned at this accident at the geneva. 280 northbound, traffic backed up all the way to the highway one junction with interstate 280 at the south end of daly city. an accident northbound and mountain view creating
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enough of the visua hazard in the southbound direction that it is backed up to university avenue and the dumbarton bridge connection. the northbound ride is backed up to highway 237, even affecting the 237 westbound ride. >> today is expected to be the warmest day of the week. mid-90s and pleasanton and livermore. the will be baking in the east bay and terriers by. downtown san francisco with a high of 68 trees today.degrees today. gradl cooling toward the end of the week and a full report coming up at 7:45 a.m. >> students, faculty and supporters of city college of sam francisco are planning a march today to protest last week's announcement that the school's accreditation will be revoked in 2014. this saved ccsf college and plans
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to march and rally in front of the u.s. suburban of education's san francisco office on beale street. group members say this rally is their way of fighting back against what they see as an attack on public education. >> the time is 737 and we will be back in a couple of minutes.
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>> 740 a m and a quick update on the fires. firefighters in about have lost ground on two large wild fires burning through force and lost vegas and reno areas. one of the fires has forced more than 500 people from their homes. this is a photo taken from that fire. so far, the blaze has charred nearly 24 square
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miles near bonds bay gas. no injuries are reported and no structures have been burned. in northern nevada, the fire and there has increased in more than 19 square miles. wildfires are about 15 percent contained. >> here in california, firefighters battled flames for a third straight day in the rugged terrain south east of julienne. the flames have burn about 4,700 a. so far. it damaged or destroyed at least eight buildings and forced the evacuation of back country homes along with several campgrounds. cal fire has been battling the fire since early saturday. despite their air and ground attacks, the fire continues to grow. over 1200
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firefighters and 18 aircraft have been assigned to fight the flames. the cause of the fire is still under investigation.
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>> just crossing the wires we have just got word that and as a leader edwards snowden has accepted venezuelas asylum offer. snowden has and in the area of moscow's main airport for two weeks, so how he will get to venezuela is still
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unknown. his u.s. passport has been revoked. just crossing the wires, edwards snowden has accepted asylum in venezuela. snowden has been charged with espionage by the u.s. government for leaking secret government surveillance programs. >> air traffic at sfo remains sluggish. this is video from a helicopter partnership with abc seven news of the crash. delays into and out of the airport are averaging between 60 to 90 minutes as one of the four runways remains closed. ntsb investigators say the crash wreckage and debris is still visible on runway 28 and will not be removed until a team completes its investigation into the deadly crash. some passengers it is lighted as opposed a seen the damage is so real. >> saying it up front is
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kind of crazy. >> it looks like the cockpit was burned and there is debris everywhere. >> there is no estimated time when that fourth runway will be reopened. >> the flight data recorders have already given as investigators a clear picture of the last moments of asiana flight 214. we put together a time line beginning when the boeing 777 left south korea. >> 291 pop passengers and 16 crew members were on board when the aircraft left near seoul. the time is 4:30 p.m. saturday afternoon. flight 214 is due to land at san francisco at 1130 saturday morning. no problems are reported during the 10 hour flight. the tower at as at august the pilot clearance to land. the airliner
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descends into 1,000 ft.. its air speed is about 170 mi. an hour. at 500 ft. is down to 155 mi. an hour, below the aircraft's eight landing speed. 16 seconds before impact is down to 135 mi. an hour. by the time the plane descends to 125 ft., its speed is down to 129 mi. an hour. in the final eight seconds, the pilot tries to speed up. the tail of the boeing 777 strikes is the wall at the end of the runway at 122 mi. an hour. the impact slams the plane onto the runway. the landing gear and one engine that sheer off as the fuselages rears up on his right side then veers off into the grass. leaking fuel drips into the cabin as passengers use inflatable flies to escape. it's our response. >> we have emergency vehicles responding, we have
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everyone on their way. >> we will have more on the story coming up in just a little bit. >> major problems have been developing here while we have been watching the news. this incident in san jose, mountain view rather is affecting san jose traffic. 1 01 northbound is backed up all the way through san jose because of the crash northbound as san antonio road. even the carpool lane is at a standstill in the northbound direction. it is just creeping along anyway. the guadalupe parkway on ramp is not too badly backed up but all the planes including the carpool lane are jammed in the northbound direction because of this crash. the southbound backup, even though no lanes are blocked still continues to grow here. this was an crash where emergency vehicles were sent. 280 and northbound an accident at
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geneva. the ocean jenny was off ramp and the left and right lanes were blocked by a double overturn accident. if you want to head north into the city in normally crop across it 380 to 280, stay on the bayshore freeway today. you can take 280 back in this direction and find your destination. let's take a quick look at the bridges, the bay bridge and back up is a pretty big this morning. i received calls from a couple of our viewers who told me that it is needlessly slow here at the bay bridge. when you get to the base of the inclined the traffic just a zones. they're keeping traffic light on the bridge but forcing a back up at the toll plaza. it is backed up on 880 over the toll plaza. backed up or on the berkeley curve and backed up into the macarthur maze on 580 west. the san mateo bridge is a little heavier but problem free. the golden gate bridge without delays and 1 01 without incident
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from a bottle to the golden gate bridge. low fog out there, let's find out what the weather has in store for us. >> a little bit of fog over the golden gate bridge. we are stocked in this morning. we still contending with a rapidrelatively shallow layer. limited visibility for portions of the east bay shoreline. in the afternoon all of the cloud cover will dissipate revealing sunshine. temperatures on the warmer side. by lunchtime 60s coesite, '70s inside the bay. all the awards and a case where we will see the '80s. but in the clock into motion and you will start to see the appearance of red and the '90s. today is shaping up to be the warmest day of the week and by later on tonight 8:00 p.m. temperature is mainly in the 60s and low 70's. afternoon highs expected in your neighborhood starting with
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the hot spots, the east bay pittsburg 98, 9. i feel low clouds and oakland with a high of 75. we could see some low 80s closer to union city. in the south bay, mid '80s cupertino, 89 campbell. downtown san francisco a degree warmer than yesterday, low 70's san mateo. temperature will be between one to five degrees lower than yesterday. 7 day around the bay shows up settle minor day to day changes. slightly warmer conditions as we head into the weekend. >> and other bay area natives, we have an update to a story we first told about are the weekend. one person has died in an apartment complex fire that happened early sunday
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morning. the sixth alarm fire at the apartment complex in redwood city injured 21 people and displaced nearly a hundred people saturday. three firefighters were also hurt in a blaze. the person who died has not been identified. some residents will be allowed to return to the building today to collect belongings. the red cross is currently helping those residents with food, shelter and clothing. >> a ground breaking policy for san jose police. by the end of the year, the department will start documenting every person they stopping question on the street, whether or not it results and arrest. the so-called curb it sitting stops at been long criticized for allegedly targeting minorities. under the new policy, officers will not only have to record the person's race and whether a search was done but also the tide in reason why they were stopped. supporters of the new policies at a good answer whether officers detained
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people based on their race. >> the mets out last the giants 43 in a game that ended at 1245 this morning. crawford could handle its air anthony wreckers grounder, the last 15 hours 26 minutes. buster posey had five hits including to run homer. the giants left 18 runners on base. as outing by pitcher tim lincecum pitching seven innings giving up three runs. oakland was up to nothing in the seventh and that brown would be the game decider. bargello, allowed one run over seven innings and pete oakland athletics won for the ninth time in their past 12 games been the pittsburgh
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pirates to to one. the 40 year-old cologne moved into a tie for second in the majors in victories. he is well the three on the season and allowed seven hits and one walk with five strikeouts. the warriors have signed free agent forward center m arreese speights agreed to a three-year contract with the third year being a team option. financial details have yet to be released. he should have replaced power forward carl andrea will agree to a four year, $26 million deal with the sacramento kings. speights averaged 10.2 points and 5.1 rebounds in 39 games with cleveland. look at 'em.
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>> we were bouncing all over the place and i remember there being dust everywhere. it freaked me out. >> we are hearing for the first time from children who were on asiana flight 214
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that crashed sfo on saturday. how they describe a terrifying ordeal, plus will be does learn from the ntsb this morning. breaking their silence, the three ohio women who were kidnapped and held hostage by a man for nearly a decade speak for the first time since being rescued. watching the proceedings and sanford fla. as george zimmerman said defense team continues to present their case to the jury.
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(male announcer) live from the bay area here is your kron 4 news >> top stories we're following on this tuesday deni july 9th. what we know and what is going to be done in next couple of days up next. >> we will take a look at what is going on in the cockpit to find out and
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really understand how that speed deteriorated and why they did not catch it. >> the nt as be speaking with kron4 this morning, what they are saying about the investigation. >> we were going to see if we did show you our camera shot here, it is a little fuzzy. no. two 80 and mountain view, the accident occurred awhile ago at shoreline boulevard. it is jammed up the traffic well beyond highway 237. it is backed up to 37 to at some nearly interstate 880. the 1 01 right is backed up all the way to the 880 interchange. let's switch over to our other hot spot. this accident on interstate
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280 at san francisco northbound at geneva was is a colored but is not cleared from the traffic lanes. it is back all the way to the highway one turn off on interstate 280 and the northbound direction. dan from well be on 19th avenue. it will probably take a while for this backup to this debate because we're moving into the peak of the commute for the northbound to 80 ride. big delays for 280 into severed cisco and 1 01 into san jose leading into mountain view. >> we have a relatively shallow marine layer to deal with so we are waking up to some clouds. temperatures and land are already warming into the 60s. today is expected to be the warmest day of the week. expect an increase in cloud cover later on tonight. the marine layer is still very much intact. full details on what to expect and your seven day
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coming up and my next report. >> federal investigators are expected to return to the scene today of the wreckage of asiana flight 214 at s f o. here is the latest the american and south korean investigators today will? the final two pilots of the crashed plane. among them, the pilot was actually at the controls during the landing attempt. investigators interviewed the first pilots yesterday and the ntsb will update us at a press conference later this afternoon. investigators want to know why the boeing 777 speed was too slow to land safely and why no one in the cockpit realize that in time. there will also be talking with eric traffic controllers as well. the recorded conversations the tween the pilots and air traffic controllers will be investigated. the conversation was in both english and korean. >> family members of the victims of the as yet
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airlines plane crashed arrived as of last night. if they were eager to be reunited with their loved ones to survive. as for the families of the two chinese scenes were killed in a crash, they were among those traveling. a pastor tells those bears were privately escorted off the flight after arriving at the airport. >> they were basically boarded on before we went on to the flight. they were just rushed on to the plane. we did not know who they were to begin with. when we got off the flight here, prior to s disembarking they were escorted out of the back of the plane off of a staircase on to the tarmac and into two buses. that was it. >> the two girls were from the same province in china. there were part of a larger group of 28 students headed to a summer church camp near los angeles. asiana president apologizing to family members of the two
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chinese victims who died in a plane crashed during a stopover at the sole international airport. one of the fathers was visibly disappointed in the ceo, you can see him talking to the ceo and is video. he told them he was dissatisfied with the handling of the disaster. >> we're expected the. again from the ntsb sometime today. will tran at an extensive interview this morning. >> after the interview, the ntsb will go back and interviewed the remaining two pilots. notably the pilot that was in charge of landing the aircraft. it looks like it will be here for the next several days. they're not going into details as to what was revealed in those interviewed. the other two pilots, one of them has never landed a triple seven boeing at s f o. he has done before but not with this particular aircraft at this airport. they're wrapping up
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the investigation as far as indian these pilots and the next day or so. it will take weeks possibly years before they come back with a conclusion as to what caused the crash. they believe that speed may have played a role and that the pilots came in a little too slowly, 36 mi. per hour slower than they should have been. also they are questioning whether not mechanical failure played a role in the act. >> we don't have any reports indicating that there was a flight control issue. they were not having any problems. we examined the engine but we don't see any failures. no on containments, we are working together all of the factual information. we have a team that is coming through the aircraft's right now. >> the aircraft will be there at least the rest of the week, possibly longer. they're deciding whether not again be removed and tact
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or if it needs to be cut up and taken to a hangar. they will continue their investigation. if there is something specific and the aircraft they will take it to their d.c. laboratory and investigate it further. the pilots had their attorneys next to them during the interviews and i asked them whether not admit it was compotation allconfrontational.d they had the right to have their attorneys next to them. at 2:00 this afternoon they will try to reveal more information as to what they have learned after our live interview with her this morning. >> as the investigation continues we're getting images in the news room and that shows them the immediate aftermath of saturday's deadly crash. jennifer solis captured this footage of smoke billowing from the wreckage of a jet up airline flight 214. emergency crews battled the
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fire as well as attending the victims and trying to manage the chaos following the moments after the plane went down. stay with kron4 as we continue to bring the latest in a mason with a deadly crash at s f o. we'll bring you updates on a 247 area bay news channel comcast 193 as well as kron4 .com and our facebook and twitter pages. >> bowling in this story for you this morning, japan airlines is one of its boeing 777 headed for sfo had to return to tokyo after a warning light flashed in the cockpit saying the jets hydraulic level was low. the airline says the plane returned to tokyo's hand at that airport about four hours after it had laughed. the mechanics of found a leak in the plane's hydraulic system. all 236 passengers were put on another plane and arrived safely in san francisco. we will take a quick break and be back in just a moment.
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and sarah snyder spoke with some survivors of the accident were returning back from vacation. >> the chaos of a plane crash, the sudden and pack. the fire, then the desperate scramble to stay alive. >> there was no warning or anything. >> 15 year-old esther, 13 year-old joseph, up 11 year- old sarah jane and their parents inside that plane returning from a family vacation. >> it was like we are all bouncing all over the place. i'd just remember there being dust everywhere. i was freaking out and then it just stopped. >> at first the jiang siblings were not sure they had survived the crash. >> i was also calling out for my parents. i could not wreath because i got the wind knocked out of me. i
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could not read for a couple of seconds. >> after everybody stopped and i realized i was alive i looked over and saw my brother and sister. there are both fine. i looked over and saw my mom and dad and they were both on the floor because their seats fell down. i called their names out and a buff moaned kind of. >> all five of them were hurt. they were sitting in the back of the plane when their heads snapped forward, luggage fell and seat of bubbled making it challenging them for them to escape quickly. >> it was hard to get out. >> someone helped us out and then my brother and sister both went out and exit on the right. i realized i was limping and their exit did not have a slide. a flight attendant brought me to another exit which had a
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slide which was on the opposite side of the plane. >> the entire gang family eventually made it out alive. >> we or all reunited, my family and i. i was very glad so i started crying. >> the james set out for a memorable trip, the first time the children were going to south korea for a glimpse of their heritage. on the way home, they ended up learning a frightening lesson of survival. >> one of the incredible stories especially considering only a quarter of the emergency exits were working on that plane. >> we are tracking a couple of areas right now that our hot spots. as a result of earlier occurring accidents, and both cases the accidents are gone from the roadway. this is a result of a crash in mountain view, 1 01 northbound at shoreline boulevard. it is still backed up to the 280 interchange. the normal
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drive time is about 21 to 24 minutes. it is up to 27 to 38 minutes. it is a slow ride. 280 is also very heavy in the northbound direction. i'm not sure makes a great alternate. look at what this crash of year did this right here. to a 37 is solidly backed up to 880 southbound. the right coming through milpitas into the south bay here is backed up. that was a pretty big chain reaction from an accident that occurred over a year well over an hour ago. the other house that we continue to track as the northbound to 80 ride coming up from the pacifica turn off through daly city into san francisco. it was a double overturn crash, a similar amount to 80 northbound at geneva that is clear now as well. it has been a rough ride at the bay bridge this morning. for no good reason, we have an accident free on be span. metering lights are
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being cycle slowly perhaps because of the fog. after over 20 minute wait at the toll plaza, it is an easy ride across the bridge. the san mateo bridge as good conditions but heavy in the westbound direction. 13 to 15 minutes drive time. it is still an easy trouble-free commute from marin county in the golden gate bridge. >> we are still tracking at fog for you. very stockton at the golden gate bridge but we are seeing sunshine in spots. livermore at 64 degrees, 62 san jose. you could see the frost is still very much in evidence. and a 7:00 hour we saw out foggy conditions along the delta up. currently not the case but we are still sought then for the bay shore and the coast line. into the afternoon it looks like everyone is pretty much under sunshine with fog at letting up along the coastline. afternoon highs
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for today, to make it very much be the warmest day of the week. almaden valley 91, upper 80s santa clara. pittsburg 98, 92 fairfield, low 80s and vallejo. downtown san francisco a degree warming yesterday, berkeley 78. 7 day around the bay prepare yourself for morning fog and afternoon sunshine. not much fluctuation in the temperatures as we head into the weekend. >> this just an, and as a leader edwards snowden has accepted venezuelas offer for political asylum. at least according to the twitter account of a russian lawmaker with close ties to the kremlin. the problem is, that we disappeared a few minutes later. no one has unable to reach that russian official. snowden
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has been in the area of moscow's main airport for two weeks. heow he will get into venezuela is still up in the air. a forensic pathologist with expertise in gun shot wounds is taken the witness stand in the george zimmerman trial. dr. vincent di maio was called by zimmerman as defense attorneys after they spent two hours making a case that in animation depicting the struggle between trayvon martin and zimmerman should be allowed. prosecutors oppose the use of the animation. the judge says she will make a decision later in the day. zimmerman is charged with second-degree murder, he is pleading not guilty claiming he fatally shot martin in self-defense. >> following the latest out of a deadly train derailment in canada, 13 people are now dead and more than 50 are still missing from this
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weekend's crash. investigators looking into the fiery train derailment in quebec are focusing on an earlier blaze on the same train and now a series of actions balling it may have caused a locomotive's brakes to fail several hours later. here's a look at some of the video of the aftermath. at least five of the trains and tankers exploded after coming was early saturday speeding downhill nearly 7 mi. in the ring in the town of lac_megantic. look at 'em.
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the dow jones industrial average closing up and the dow sitting at 15,285. already a good start to earnings seasons and second quarters earnings are coming out this morning. >> americans increase their borrowing in may at the fastest pace in the year. arlene in the category that includes credit cards reaching its highest point since the fall of 2010. increased borrowing can be a sign that consumers are feeling more confident. the federal reserve says consumers increased their borrowing by $19.6 billion in may compared with april. credit-card debt reached $847.1 billion, the highest level since september 2010 but still below the 2008 peak. barley on autos and student loans increased $13 billion.
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>> republicans are urging congress to take action on rising student loan interest rates. last week the interest rates officially doubled from 3.4% to 6.8% on some student loans. the hike occurred after the senate failed to reach a compromise by the july 1st deadline. negotiators are struck largely on the issue of whether to require an overall cap on interest rates for new loans. the height of facts about 7 million is subsidized stafford loans for students but does not apply to existing loans. president obama is seriously considering withdrawing all u.s. troops from afghanistan by the end of 2014. that is according to a senior administration official. until now, u.s. and afghan officials have been
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discussing plans to keep a small force behind to fight and surgeons and to train afghan security personnel. president obama has in recent months grown increasingly frustrated in dealing with afghan president hamid karzai. > the ntsb has another press conference today at 2:00 p.m.. the time is now at 8:27 a.m. and we will be back with more.
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>>james: it is 830. top story we're following this morning. federal investigators are expected to return to the scene today of the wreckage of asiana flight 214 at sfo. here is the latest. american and south korea investigators today are- judge will question the final two pilots of the crashed plane. among them, the pilot who was actually at the controls during the landing attempt. we know he is an experienced pilot who'd been with the airline since 1996. investigators interviewed the first pilots yesterday. the ntsb will update us at a press conference later this afternoon. investigators want to know why the boeing 777's speech was too slow to land safely, and why no one
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realized it in time. and they will also be talking with air controllers. the recorded conversation between the pilots and air traffic controllers at sfo also will be investigated. that conversation was in both english and korean. a >> the national transportation safety board is expected to hold an official press conference later this afternoon were we could learn new information on the interview with the four pilots. earlier this morning, kron4's will tran spoke with the chair of the ntsb, he joins us live from berlin game with more on what she had to say. >>will: speed is one of the main things being mentioned over the next several days three the investigators will go through the wreckage. they will look at everything including whether or not this heat played a role in people getting entered the way they did. as far as the investigation, they have not spoken to the actual pilot who landed the aircraft
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here. he was in charge. there were other pilots around him and others who have landed in a triple seven around him. but he- judge but not him. i had a chance to talk with the chairmen-jeff chairwoman at to see if he should have been behind the wheel. >> no one is going to walk into the cockpit with a hundred landings under their belts. they have to have their first second or third grade and just to be very clear, this pilot has a lot of experience. this is just on a different aircraft type. he was operated the triple seven for the first time in san francisco. that does not mean that he hasn't landed a triple seven in other airports. >>will: after that interview she met around with other media but she says that she was going to interview those other two remaining pilots today at a news conference at 2:00 this afternoon.
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perhaps an affirmation will come out at that time. she says they could wrap up those interviews today or tomorrow. the wreckage well there's a good chance it will either be removed in its entirety or caught up into little pieces or parts of the plane take and where it will stay for the next several weeks if not months while the investigators do their job. if need be, if there is a part that they need to analyze in detail, they will move that part and take it to the laboratory in dc. back to anny. >>mark: a family returning from a month-long vacation from correa is thankful they survive the crash landing. the entire jangfamily was entered, but none seriously. the three children and their father are all recovering as san francisco general hospital. joseph has a minor factor in his back. esther has a sprained foot and need crutches. and sarah has a fractured finger heavily bandaged it between her other peak fingernails. all
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of them said, they thought it was all a dream what happened. >> i cannot bring for a couple of seconds. >> after everything stopped and then i realized i was alive and i looked over and i saw my brother and sister. they were both fined. and then i looked over at my mom and dad and they were both on the floor because their seats filled down and then i called their names out and they both moaned kind of. an >> and >> >>mark: the james family is from colorado and was supposed to board another flight on saturday to denver. --jang family. >>anny: the salvation army is providing translation and family assistance operations following the crash of asiaa
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na airlines flight to 14 on saturday. the salvation army officials a translation services are being provided in korean, cantonese, mandarin to help fight-jet flight 214 passengers and government officials communicate. translators are also accompany passengers to hospitals and helping passengers community with physicians. there also providing emotional support to the patients as well. >>mark: the stanford blood center is calling for more blood donations following the deadly asiana crash. the center has an urgent need for " positive and zero-blood. the center is a main supplier to stanford hospital and the lucille packard children's hospital where 55 crash survivors were taken. according to the blood center, the crash occurred when supplies are
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already low following the fourth of july holiday. all blood types will be accepted. stay with kron4 as we continue to bring people latest information with a deadly plane crash sfo. we will bring that to live on our 247 bay area news channel, comcast 193. we will also be updated our web site, kron4.com, as well as our facebook and twitter pages. >>anny: let's check in with the traffic and weather center. the morning george. >>george: another accident occurred here on cesar chavez and so you are jammed up all hope to 8101 trying to get into san francisco back up into print bay backup to the pacific the turnoff on 280 through daly city on 280 northbound. >>erica: and george
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visibility is prevalent on much of the bay area. just a half mile for highway 1 in and out of half moon bay so a very great start to the morning. we are already seen clear conditions and land however. today could be the warmest of the week with gradually cooler over the next week. >>anny: students, faculty and supporters of city college of san francisco are planning a march today to protest last week's announcement that the school's accreditation will be revoked in 2014. the " save ccsf" coalition plans to march and rally in front of the u.s. department of education's san francisco office on beale street.
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crewmembers it is rarely is there a way of fighting back against what they say is an attack on public education. >>mark: stay with us on the kron4 morning news. we will be right back. [ man ] we have a go for auto sequence start. t-minus 5, 4, 3, 2, 1... ignition. [ male announcer ] launch your internet experience on at&t's newly expanded advanced digital network and connect more wi-fi-enabled devices at home. [ female announcer ] call to get u-verse high speed internet starting at $14.95 a month. or ask how to get your choice
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>>mark: welcome back. when it comes to sharing short videos online, too popular services are vying for your attention. reach the merrill--rich demuro
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explains the difference between vine and instagram video. >> reporter: both of vine and instagram lets you share short videos with the world. i am going to break down the differences so you can decide which is best for you. vine is owned by twitter. it launched in january. and let you create six second videos that automatically move up. instagram is owned by facebook and know for pitcher sharing it recently launched the ability to share 52nd videos to. in response, of mind launched its biggest app update yet. with no camera tools like a grid, focus and a feature called the ghost helps you line up sequence shot. --15
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second. but only instagram lets you delete the last segment you recorded and you could do it over and over and over. also instagram lets you apply filters so you can choose the way it looks. instagram lets you choose a thumbnail from your video while vine does not. instagram videos can also be posted to tumbler. while instagram is updated--wahl instagram is limited to likes, vine allows you to reposed videos. instagram has become a one-stop shop for pictures and videos. my money is on them. if you want to see some of the funny videos we have been sharing does go to the tech report that tv. --techrepo rt.tv. i'm rich demuro.
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thanks for watching. >>anny: the timeout is 842. we will be right back with more headlines.
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>>anny: good morning. a 45. following our top stories this morning. >> it's a moment no fly air wants to experience. a moment the passengers of ici up flight 412 will never forget. aviation experts. aisan aflight--asiana. in a more secure speaks kept the bulk of the passengers anchored. experts say
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surviving a crash also relies on the. experts say that's a big no-no. >> it is obviously going to impede the progress of people getting off the plane. those items can be replaced while human lives can operate >> this videotaping on the discovery channel crashed jetliner all-purpose shows how passengers should also tied a seat belt before landing. a simple move that could have helped prevent spinal injuries for some of those 181 passengers injured in saturday's crash. >> almost 50 percent of the people that we admitted to hospital have at least one spinal fracture. not all of them are paralyzed by some of them are. >> the ic on a much data-- the asiana passengers
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said they were not warned before the crash. >> it prevents them from kind of flexing forward kind of quickly. >>mark: onto bay area traffic and weather right now. >>darya: the worst of the problems right now is in the south bay on u.s. 101 and interstate 280. >>george: looking at the right one northbound right at the guadalupe parkway parade has improved a little bit refer to the speed but the car pool lanes is no faster than the rest of the traffic. that's because of the earlier a crane accident northbound and mountain view at shoreline boulevard. the southbound backup is gone. this northbound ride is backed up all the way into south san jose and the drive time from 85 here to 85 here is
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that nearly an hour in 20 minutes to get through downtown san jose. normally that should be about a 40 minute drive to read from 38 minutes to 78 minutes for 101 northbound. 280 is only marginally better and i would not necessarily use it as an alternate route. either way out or have plenty of patience. bridge have also been a rough ride this morning. bay bridge westbound and not much better now. up drive times are over 20 minutes out of the macarthur maze and about 80 minutes even from the nimitz freeway on 92 to san mateo bridge, it's pretty easy commute with no
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problems or stop and go conditions and the golden gate bridge ride quietly rolling along and we are still in to get free through marin 0101 it southbound very >>erica: expect to between 10 and 11 we will start to seek partial clearing their but the inlet's bought already seen the sunshine and that is why temperatures are already climbing into the '60s. it was a chilly start with fog into the bay but as we head into the afternoon as we break down
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the afternoon highs in your neighborhood. you notice mid-90s at livermore, pleasanton. 75 degrees at your high in oakland your extended forecast shows a subtle day to day changes for the next several days. expect a pattern of morning fog and afternoon hot sun. >>anny: and other bay news we have an update to a story we first told you about over the weekend. one person has died in an apartment that happed early sunday morning. the sixth alarm fire at the
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apartment complex in redwood city and 21 people and displaced nearly a hundred people sunday. these firefighters-judge three firefighters were also hurt in the blaze. the personal guide has not been identified. some residents will be allowed to return to the building today to collect the lobby. the red cross is crummy helping those residents with food, shelter, and clothing. >>mark: a ground-breaking police that-policy for san jose police. by the end of the year, the department was third documented every person they stop and question on the street, whether or not result in an arrest. the so-called curb sitting stop have long been criticized for allegedly targeting minorities. under the new policy, officers will not only have to record the person's race and whether a search was done but also the type and reason why they were stopped. supporters of the new policy say it could answer whether officers detained people based on their race. >>anny: the state senate has
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approved legislation allowing people who are not u.s. citizens to assist voters when they cast ballots. the measure would allow up to five nonsenses to serve at a particular polling site. those poll workers have to be permanent u.s. resident to legally entered the country. supporters of the bill say it could provide much needed help for the 2.6 million eligible california voters who have limited english skills. >>mark: we will return in just a moment. look at 'em.
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top stories we're following on this tuesday, july 9th. following the latest on the investigation into that deadly plane crash at s-f-o. a bell >>anny:we'll tell you what's happening this morning. and what's going to be done in the days ahead. >>mark: and kron four speaks with n-t-s-b this morning, we'll have more on what they are saying about the investigation. federal investigators are expected to return to the scene today of the wreckage of asiana flight 214 at s-f-
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o. >>george: to 80 is not a great alternate. it is also backed up and because the
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>>erica: pass to take a look at your tuesday forecast is still pretty cloudy out there. clear skies and land. expect mainly sunny conditions as we head into the afternoon. today could certainly be the warmest day of the week and we are already in the upper 60s for livermore, 65 out the door in san jose and clinking onto a perfect piece in downtown san francisco. it will check on your forecast. i was for your afternoon highs as villagers 7 day around the bay coming up at 915. >>mark: here is the latest: american and south korea investigators today are will question the final two
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actually at the controls during the landing attempt. we know he's an experienced pilot who's been with the airline since 1996. but his experience is with the 747. he was still learning how to fly the triple-7. investigators interviewed the first two pilots yesterday. the ntsb will update us at a press conference later this afternoon. investigators want to know why the boeing 7-77's speed was too slow to land safely, and why no one realized it in time. and they'll also be talking with air controllers. the recorded conversation between the pilots and air traffic controllers at s-f-o also will be investigated. that conversation was in both english and korean. >>anny:family members of the victims of the asiana airlines plane crash
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arrived in s-f-o last night. they were eager to be reunited with their loved ones who survived. as for the families of the two chinese teens who were killed in the crash. they were also among those traveling. a passenger tells us those parents were privately escorted off their flight after arriving at the airport. :"that was it." >> there were basically boarded on before we even left a flight. they rushed onto the plane, they were given preference. we did not know who they were and we get it off the flight here prior to us disembarking, they were escorted out of the back of the plane off of the staircase out on to the terminal and onto buses and that was it. >>anny: the two girls were from the same province in china. they were part of a larger group of 28 students headed to a summer church camp near los angeles.
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asiana president apologized to family members of the two chinese victims who died in the plane crash, during a stop over at the seoul airport. one of the fathers was visably disappointed in the c-e-o, you can see him talking to the c-e-o in this video. he told him he was *dissatisfied with his handling of the disaster. we are expected to hear again from the ntsb sometime today. >>mark: kron four's will tran is live in burlingame with that part of the story, will? >>will: i talked to her around for 40 this morning and an extensive interview. she talked about many things including a mechanical failure and whether or not he should have landed. he has led to trouble seventh before but not here. we will play her sound by reaction to whether or not he should have been the pilot landed the plane. investigators are walking through the plane
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today. one of the things that they will look at is whether or not the seeds played a role in the injuries. i can tell you that they talk to two pilots already. they did that yesterday. next up are the other remaining pilots. specifically the one in charge of land the aircraft. at this point, they are not saying what the initial interviews rebuild. also i got a chance and ask her whether or not mechanical failure played any role in this accident. here's what she had to say. >> we now have any reports of any way indicated that there was an flight control issue. but there were having any problems. we have examined the engines. we don't see any failures with respect to the engine, no on containment. we are working together of all the factual information. we have structures and systems team was coming through the aircraft right now.
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>>will: right now that is exactly what they are doing. we just saw moments ago eight has met team of going through there. they will have a decision on their hands on whether not to take the plane to a hangar here or to cut it up and then remove it. it could be here possibly throughout the week and possibly throughout next week. in news koppers is expected to be held at 2:00 p.m.. we will be carrying that live then. >>anny:as the investigation continues we are getting new images into the news room. this video shows the immediate aftermath of saturday's deadly crash. jennifer solis captured this footage of smoke billowing from the wreckage of asiana airlines flight 214. emergency crews battled the fire as well as attending the victims and trying to manage the chaos following the moments after the plane went down stay with kron four as we continue to bring you the latest information with the deadly plane crash at s-f- o.
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we'll bring that to you live on our 24-seven bay area news channel, comcast 193. we'll also be updating our website, kron-four-dot-com, as well as our facebook and twitter pages. >>mark: new this morning. japan airlines says one of it's boeing 7-7-7's headed for s-f-o had to return to tokyo after a warning flashed in the cockpit saying the jet's hydraulic level was low. the airline says the plane returned to tokyo's haneda airport about four hours after it had left. mechanics found a leak in the plane' hydraulic system. the 236 passengers were put on another plane and safely arrived in san francisco. >>anny: we will take a quick break here on the kron4 morning news. the time now
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is 9083 will be right back with more.
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>>anny: welcome back. the time is 911. the eastern span on the bay bridge will * not open as scheduled on labor day as a contractor repairs cracked seismic safety bolts. the toll bridge program oversight committee says the contactor working on the project forecasts that it's
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retrofit of the failed bolts will take until at least the authority says a bay bridge opening date will be determined after that. the delayed opening of the bay bridge has some bay area residents concerned. here's what some of them had to say. the toll bridge program oversite committee says, in addition to extending the completion date to december just prior to opening. a full 4-day closure of the bay bridge will take place. in order to transition traffic from the old eastern span to the new one rob black joins us now with today's winners and losers. >>darya: we're supposed to be dug and for stricter leader. this is not good. -- we are supposed to be the
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infrastructure leader. this is not good. >>anny: the time now is 912. it looks like the sun is up trying to shine through the crowded skies today.
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>>mark: a lot was consumer credit. americans with a lot more debt now. is that good
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or bad? >>erica: its kind of good. it means that the banks are lending and they are maintaining their purchases, increasing at this point. it does not look like it is out regis spending. auto loans grow that people are making autos. that means the secretary of the auto dealer is making money. it is all positive. the-is let's not get too carried away agree with high interest rates a like seen the savings but if i had to choose one of the other i'd rather use that money so that the economy continues to grow which
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helps retirement plan. free- soiler p today coming on july 11th. -slurpee. july 11th. a huge marketing push for 711. it is 46 years old. the slurping is more popular than the store as far as fans go. interesting to note. >>mark: twinkies are coming
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back. >> the twinkie is 83 years old. they used to have a union but they won't have a union when they come back. they used to directly deliver to the store but they will deliver to retail outlets. 37 ingredients. they're going to try to attend free, low sodium,. out of that to a good idea. i love it as is. three
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>>erica: this ability has improved now almost up to half a mile. let's take a look at your afternoon highs. starting with the east bay anterior spots. call these the hot spots today with brett wood and 99 degrees, 91 a san ramon.
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pittsburg's 90 degrees. the east bay shoreline plenty of sunshine-test 70's to go around. 78 degrees and san leandro. shaping up to be a gorgeous day in the south bay. sunnyvale warming to 85. downtown san francisco at 68 degrees. 81 paul alto and as we turn our attention to the north they last but not least, now with a high of 86 degrees at low 80s and santa rosa. your 7 day around the bay forecast of the show subtle minor changes each and every day. we will fall into the pattern of morning fog and afternoon sunshine. time ran out is 920. here's traffic with george. >>george: wall on northbound has been jammed all the way.
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although the back of continues, the overall drive time is still improving. at last check it was 78 minutes from here to here. the average of only be about 36. a quick look at
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the bridges for you as we go first to the bay bridge. at the west all right still backed up. you're right to the san mateo bridge highway 92 various modes. a little sluggish on the approach the problem free across the span and free ride on one 01 from marin county it would be a smooth commute across the golden gate bridge. traffic is a little heavy but still no problems. >>anny: the time now is 922. we'll be right back after a quick break. we will expect some time this afternoon a little warmer england. [ male announcer ] to all you burger aficionados...
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>>mark: >>james: this justin. there has been some confusion about whether nsa leaker edwards noted will be heading to venezuela. a prominent russian lawmaker today tweet it does not have accepted that as well as offer of political asylum. but he then deleted the posting a few minutes later. he later said his claim was based on a report from a russian tv channel but no such information could be found on the channels website. over the weekend, venezuela is foreign minister said his country hasn't yet been in contact with snowden. -- edward snowden. a forensic pap colleges with an expertise in gunshot wounds has taken the witness stand and the george zimmerman trial. dr. vincent di maio was called
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by simmons defense attorneys after they spent two hours making a case that an animation depicting the struggle between trade bob martin and zimmerman should be allowed. --trayvon martin. prosecutors oppose the use of the animation. the judge says she will make a decision later in the day. zimmerman is charged with second-degree murder. he is pleading not guilty, claiming he fatally shot martin and self-defense. >>anny: following the latest out of a deadly train derailment in canada. 13 people are now dead and more than 50 are still missing from this weekend's crash. investigators are looking into the fiery train derailment in quebec are focusing on an earlier blaze on the same train and how series of actions following it may have caused a locomotive's breaks to fill several hours later. here's
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a look at some video of the aftermath. at least five of the trains tankers exploded after coming loose early saturday, speeding downhill nearly 7 mi. and the rolling and the town of lac-m egantic. >>mark: the three women who were rescued after nearly a decade in captivity are now breaking their silence. amanda barry quietly started their lives over, away from the public taking time to get used to their freedom. the three have released this video early this morning to say thank you.
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>>"i wanna thank everyone who has helped me and my family through this entire ordeal.everyone who has been there to support us has been a blessing. gina dejesus >>"i would say 'thank you' for the support." michelle knight >>"i may have been through hell and back, but i am strong enough to walk through hell with a smile on my face and my head held high. i will not let the situation define who i am i will define the situation." ariel castro stands accused
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>>james: we are back again. following the latest in to the investigational. federal and investigators are expected to return today to the wreckage of asiana flight to
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14 at sfo. here is the latest. american and south korea and investigator to do both questioned the final two pilots of the crashed plane. among them, the pilot who was actually at the controls during the landing attempt. investigators interviewed the first pilots yesterday. also to be questioned today are the flight attendants. they would give investigators an account of everything there're that as they remember. when did they sense that something was wrong? investigators are trying to figure out why no one in the cockpit new ahead of time that the plan was one to slow and too low. the recorded conversation between the pilots and air traffic controllers at sfo will be part of the investigation. about an hour ago, house minority leader in san francisco congresswoman nancy pelosi responded to the crash by printing the quick action of investigators. >> i want to commend the
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board and the chairman woman debra hersey for being on the scene immediately with an investigative team in the most professional thorough manner. >>james: pelosi went on to send her condolences to the families of the two teenage girls who died in the crash saying " all of san francisco shares in their shock and grief. we will do everything we can do to care for those affected and their families. " >>anny: earlier this morning kron4's will tran spoke with the chair of the ntsb, he joins us live from burlingame with more on what she had to say. >>will: which is not saying is what was rebuilt during
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the two interviews with the pilots. you can see the plan right behind me. it will be here for at least the next several days. investigators will be going through with their past matt suits. they will have to make a decision on whether to keep it here to get to a hangar tried to lift in its entirety or remove various parts. everything that she says is on the table . she
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says they're still looking into the investigation. everything is there. it will ask questions today. all of the pilots are present with their attorneys and she says that is not out of the ordinary. she is now say their confrontational, they did have the right to have representation. the news conference will happened about 4 1/2 hours from now we will carry live. >>mark: we are hearing from a family returning from a
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month-long vacation from korea who spent a they survive the crash landing. the entire jang family was injured but none seriously. the three children and their father of recovering and san francisco general hospital. >> some help us out and then my brother and sister went out the exit on the right. their exit did not have a slight so the flight attendant brought me to another exit which had eight slide which is on the opposite side of the plane. >>mark: the family is from colorado and was supposed to board up another flight on saturday to denver. we will bring you the update and latest information on our 247 bay area news channel, case 193 also are facebook and twitter pages. >>anny: george has a hot
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spot right now. let's get that update. >>george: it was on one 01 northbound. an accident and mountain view and we are still backed up all around here because of it. is that off the back of which is now finally have some breaks in it. then there was a second crash and bauer which has left traffic backed up nearly 285 and to the coyote valley. 280 is recovering.
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>>erica: we are talking mid- 90s and land 70's around may and may 6th season for the coast. gradually cooler conditions but still holding onto morning fog and afternoon sunshine over the next couple of days. we can look pretty nice. i will have full details on what to expect coming up at 945. >>mark: we will be right back after kron4 morning news continues. we will have the latest on the funeral of those 19 firefighters who were killed.
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>>anny: welcome back time is up 941. 90 members of an elite firefighting shot hotshot crew will be remembered today this is
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video of the hearse is arriving on sunday. vice- president joe biden and arizona gov. janet brewer will be speaking at the memorial. the firefighters were killed june 30th while battling the yarnell hill fire. the men were members of the press got fire department hot shot unit for an elite squad that fights wild fires on the front lines. their deaths marked the deadliest day for firefighter since 911. >>mark: we will return in firefighter since 911. >>mark: we will return in just a minute. ñáçwçñ
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>>anny: the flight data
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recorders have already given investigators a clearer picture of the last moments of asian a flight 214. we have put together a time line beginning, when the boeing 777 left south korea. kron4's pam moore breaks down. >> by the time the plane descends to 125 ft. it speeds down to 129 mi. per hour. in the final eight sacks and the pilot tries to speed up
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>>mark: we are also hearing from some of the first responders to rush to help the injured. one san francisco police officer describes the first moments after the crash landing. >> by then it was burning in the middle and at almost a crying because i thought i screwed up and some people
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got killed. >>mark: officer cunningham says many of the passengers could not move from their seats and that as a rescue crews move to help more people, the plane started filling up with a black pall of smoke. >>anny: we will check with a forecast in just a minute but here is george with a hot spot. >>george: we continue to track delays and the wake of a much earlier car train accident which is not clear from the roadway but residual effects are being felt on 101 northbound direction. but significant improvement as well. here especially heavy up to 237. 880 southbound leading down to to 37. jammed up all the way into new work. that is because the early morning accident when a one-out found at shoreline so that backed up 101 which backed up to 37 which also backed up 880 southbound. it is
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getting into san francisco and slowly returning to normal but still back up here at the 2 01 interchange and backed up to release the third street olwen 01 northbound. over at the bay bridge it has been a rough ride and the back of still is not gone. but a last look at the weather here is erica. >>erica: good morning. still very foggy but hey sunshine,
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clear skies and portions of san francisco. temperatures have climbed. they will continue to do so by lunch time. putting the clock into motion, '90s make an appearance by your afternoon highs expected increasing cloud cover. temperatures will drop in the '60s and '70s we are going to keep a comfortable with the mid-70s and the east bay shoreline 81 degrees today and vallejo with may 80 suspected of sunnyvale and a 7 day around the bay shows morning fog, afternoon sunshine 70's
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around the bay and '60s for the coast heading into the weekend. >>anny: we have an update to a forecast we first told you over the weekend. one person has died in an apartment complex that fired that happened earlier sunday morning. the six alarm fire at the apartment complex in redwood city and 21 people and displaced nearly zero hundred people sunday. three firefighters were also hurt in the blaze. the person who died has not been identified. some residents will be allowed to return to the building today to collect block bids. the red cross is currently helping those residents with food, shelter and clothing. >>mark: and a ground breaking policy for san jose police. by the end of the year, the department will start documenting every person they stopped and questioned on the street, whether or not the result in an arrest. the so-called curb sitting stops have long
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been criticized for allegedly targeting minorities. under the new policy, officers will not only have to record the person's race and whether a search was done but also the reason why they were stopped. supporters of the new policy say it could answer whether officers detained people based on their race. >>anny: the state senate has approved legislation allowing people who are not u.s. citizens to assist the voters when they cast ballots. the measure would allow up to five non citizens to serve at a particular polling site. those poll workers have to be permanent u.s. resident who illegally entered the country. supporters of the bill say it could provide much-needed help for the 2.6 million eligible california voters who have limited english skills. we will be right back. stay with us.
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>>mark: of the bay area sports. it was a marathon
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and a giants stumble at the finish line. after brandon crawford tied the game at 3 with an rbi single in the seventh, eric young scored on shortstop--shortstop brandon crawford fielding error with two outs in the 16th inning and york mets outlasted the giants for = 3 in a game that ended at 245 this morning. crawford cannot handle pinch-hitter anthony wreckers grounder, this one lasted five hours and 26 minutes. buster posey had five hits including a two run homer the giants left 18 runners on base a solid outing by pitcher tim lincecum pitching seven innings giving up three runs. grant green making his major-league debut for the athletics and playing second base. at a rose dallas designated for assignment to make room for the first round draft pick. a basis load lock 2 derrick north of
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oakland up to it was 0 and 1/7. that run would be the game decide. bartolo colon allowed one if run over seven innings and oakland athletics won for the ninth time in the past 12 games, beating the pittsburgh pirates 2 = one. the four year-old: move into a tie for second in the majors in victories. colon is 12 = 3 of the season. he allowed seven hits and one walk with five strikeouts. >>anny: kids from across the country are arriving at the white house today for the kids day dinner. they are meeting first lady michelle obama as part of the second annual " healthy lunch time challenge. " the competition challenges kids to come up with helping much recipes. winning recipes were chosen based on taste and originality, but also have
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